Betting can go either way, a win or a loss. As a regular bettor, it is easy to find yourself overwhelmed by the many potential sports, events, markets, and wagers available to you – for example, a Premier League game between Millwall and Manchester City has more than 60 markets to pick from on different bookmakers, and really, it is confusing. You definitely need help, and we are here to help direct you to a few sources. Social Media is the current wave and many tipsters have opened accounts with daily tips. These are a few tipsters on twitter you should definitely follow:
Their bio reads, ‘#1 FREE football betting community bringing you news, previews, recommended bets & bookmakers!’ and with over 589,000 followers, I believe them! They are the best on the site. As their handle suggests, many of their tips are for accumulator bets, which are not necessarily the best way to bet, but almost always have the best returns. Check them out!
These ones, are the best in the over 0.5 goals market for matches that are 0-0 at halftime. If you prefer to bet on ongoing matches then before kickoff, you should definitely visit the page. They run for 24 hours and you will never miss a tip on their page.
They might not be as interactive with their 19,700 plus followers, but their tips almost always work. Many accounts go for the big leagues, the know leagues, but, Pinch Bet is the best Twitter profile to follow if you tend to bet on some of football’s lesser-known leagues.
Another good thing about them is, they will tell you if a bet does not go through, they just won’t delete the tweet! Their tips are always based on statistics. They will tell you a team will lose, based on numbers. It is always good to look at stats and how a team performed in its previous matches and thus, this is one key account to follow.
They get their stats from their parent account, @WhoScored. Their bio says ‘Metro’s mystery betting expert with an eye for making money – especially on the PGA Tour, NBA, MLB, NFL, rugby union, greyhounds, darts, tennis, and football.’ They offer so many tips on the mentioned games.
However, don’t forget – the Metro is one of the UK’s most popular tabloid newspapers and undoubtedly have the resources to ensure that their followers are receiving quality tips. They are so good, they have an app! They are active and very interactive with their 415,000 followers, they really try.
They tend to offer accumulator tips, which can be risky if you don’t bet smart, but they often record decent results and are well worth checking whenever you want to place a bet. This is the Home of the #DoubleYourMoney. They have a lot to offer in 24 hours, including standard bets and accumulators.
Better yet, this is also one of the few accounts to offer in-play tips, offering plenty of opportunities to sneak in some extra profit throughout the day. Likewise, they also recommend daily ‘Double Your Money’ slips, which, just as the name states, will ensure your money is doubled.
This page offers a welcomed alternative to the other accounts on this list, as Bet Share is, in fact, a social media site, designed to match bettors with the very best tipsters and maximize their chances of making a profit. The service aggregates some of the best tipsters on Twitter and ranks them by performance via their three separate platforms – one for horseracing, one for football and once for general betting.
While the service is useful, many of the best tips are posted directly to their Twitter account. This is a must follow for horse-racing fans. They are honest with their track record of bets. If they have had a bad month, they are open about it. If it was a good month, it’s no different and the results speak for themselves.
Horse racing tipsters are rare to find and if you stumble on a good one like this, follow and put the notifications on! This, however, is a personal account, and that is just the best thing about it! They are experienced, transparent and profitable. This is your page if you want to bet on singles or accumulators with 2.00 and above odds. The admin, however, keeps bragging on their past wins and their value in the tipster market, but don’t let his overzealous arrogant tone annoy you – he has earned the right! Give this guy a follow!
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